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Windows 7: Any Vapers?

30 Sep 2014   #301

Win-7-Pro64bit 7-H-Prem-64bit

At $50.00 u.s. and can be much more a carton depending on how much consumed it might be a wash
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30 Sep 2014   #302

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit

It can get expensive at the start. Especially if you try to stock up or try a lot of different things out of curiosity or experimenting looking for .. something .. and your just not sure what it is your looking for.

I know for me personally, when I was switching over to variable, I was also looking for the right juices that suited me (flavor/blend etc). I was focusing on falvor at that time and didn't know about the different blends 50./50 etc, and how the have a impact. Once I learned that it was easier for me to tune in what I was looking for. Another reason I wanted to do this thread. So we can shared our experiences, good and bad, to help others.

But I was also looking for a tank I liked at that time. I liked a few but always something that didnt fit just right for me personally. I spent as much or more on this stuff in a 2 month period as I was cigarettes in that time frame.
But now things have calmed down and I spend a lot less. I experiment less too.

But, My experimentation with different flavors comes from ZampleBox, $30 a month. Really like it, and my new box is due in the next few days. Pretty excited to see what I'll get!! Hope its good!

But once you get settled on hardware, and then get an idea of flavors and Vendors you like, you'll spend a LOT less over cigarettes. Good thing is I have extra Hardware (tanks/drippers) that I can use from time to time when the mood strikes me, and I do use them.
Of course, some of us start vaping and start saving right off the bat cause they are satisfied with everything as is. Some spend about the same, and others, like me, want something to tinker with, I guess. LOL

But I tyhink its safe to say, once that initial investment is over, you do save money.

Let us know how that Nautilus does! I have heard so many say great things about it but never tried it.
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30 Sep 2014   #303

Windows 7 Professional 64 bit

Very well put Wishmaster and pretty much exactly how things have gone for me so far. I have bought a fair few bits and bobs aside from the juices but I still think with all the stock I have now that by the time I have to order again I will have saved around 240gbp in 2 months.
It is great fun to try new tanks though and I was really looking forward to trying the Nautilus.

I had some issues with 3 bottles out of the 6 I ordered. The trouble 3 were all made within the last month. The other 3 were made 3 months ago and the taste is great. The first 3 taste awful. I am gonna steep them, I think that's the issue.

But the blackcurrant I am using now is great. The Nautilus is fantastic, the bottom vertical coils are very good. You don't have to take a big draw to get a good hit. The adjustable airflow is a really good feature. I am using the second tightest flow and it's great for me. I tried the most open one and dam that sucker will be sweet for lung hitters. Shit loads of vapor I tell ya.
Overall very happy with the nautilus and I have enough spare coils to last a couple of months.
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30 Sep 2014   #304

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit

Well, the good thing about adjustable airflow is you can get it the way you like.
BUT, one days of these you may be sitting around with a fellow vaper comparing hardware. You may find yourself in a just for fun cloud contest.
Fill up with a high VG juice, Crank up the voltage, increase airflow and make some huge clouds just because you can

maybe not practical for everyday vaping but it can be fun.

And yea, on the steeping give it time it varies alot. The flavors and the compelxity of the blend vary greatly too.
Something simple thats say just Green Apple, will probably be ready to go within hours of making it. Its just a single flavor and maybe a bit of sweetner.

But something more complex with fruit, creams etc will take longer.

I've noticed that creams tend to take a few days to devolop when mixed with fruits etc,. Tobaccos tend to take weeks. 3,4 or more.
Coconut is another of those odd flavors in regards to steep time. . Even at low percentages in the first couple days tends to overpower some of the other flavors. After 5 days or so it mellows out and fall into the background and lets the other notes come forward.

Typically the more complex, the more steep time.

Sadly, with Vendor juices alot of times you won't really know how complex it really is.
I'd give them a week. Then try them. If they are improving there's promise.

But even if they aren't something you can try before trashing it is mix a little with something else and try again. Maybe steep a little longer. You'd be surprised what may come out. Sometimes 2 bad tasting juices can make 1 tasty one.
Sometimes its so just really bad though.
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02 Oct 2014   #305

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient


Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by essenbe View Post
Has everyone given up on this thread? I hope it keeps going, there is some good info here. I finally got my MVP2, and so far like it much better. It seems the variable voltage makes a big difference, to me anyway. To some, it probably wouldn't matter.
...In more ways than one.

I got that deadly sin, it is pretty good. Kind of a cinnamon tobacco taste.
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02 Oct 2014   #306

Windows 7 Enterprise X64/Windows 10 Enterprise X64/Windows 10 Pro X64/Linux Mint

I'm glad you like it, Derek. I know I sure do. And yes, I did get it in more ways than one. PaulPicks has already pointed that out to me. So, I guess I have 2 of them now. That's what I felt like this morning when I got the email.
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02 Oct 2014   #307

Win-7-Pro64bit 7-H-Prem-64bit

Yes the double mvp'er
Be a nice little malware email wouldn't it Click Here
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02 Oct 2014   #308

Windows 7 Enterprise X64/Windows 10 Enterprise X64/Windows 10 Pro X64/Linux Mint

It may work on you Mike, but most people have no idea what it is. it would have sure worked on me.
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02 Oct 2014   #309

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient


I went ahead and ordered a bigger $20 bottle of that deadly sin, I should be good on juice and I'm already good on all the hardware and stuff.

Just $20 for this month is already a big savings.

I got a few flavors now to switch between.
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03 Oct 2014   #310

Windows 7 Enterprise X64/Windows 10 Enterprise X64/Windows 10 Pro X64/Linux Mint

Great job, Derek. Sounds like you are really doing well. Good on you. Congratulations, my friend.
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